Apple Wins Dispute Over iPhone5.com Domain
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The fact that Apple gained control of the iPhone5.com domain doesn’t mean the next iPhone model will be called the iPhone 5, as the company often tries to take its rightful domain away from squatters. For example, last July the company gained full ownership of iPods.com domain. Apple has been known to pay generous sums for domains, like when the company reportedly bought iCloud.com domain for $4.5 million.
In this case Apple follows the terms of the Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy so they paid thousands, rather than millions of dollars to get control.
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